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BTOB to Hold Encore Concert

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2016.03.09 15:28 CJ E&M enewsWorld Bae Jung Yun

Idol group BTOB will come back with its encore concert.

The group will hold its solo concert ‘BORN TO BEAT TIME (BTBT) - ENCORE’ on March 26 and 27 at the Jamsil Arena in Seoul. The group will meet its fans by holding a large live performance again.

BTOB to Hold Encore Concert

In December 2015, the band successfully completed its concert ‘BTBT’ by recording a continuous perfect sold out of its concert tickets. The group, who gained popularity and showed its glamorous peak at the end of the year 2015, will visit its fans after three months because of its fans’ wholehearted requests.

The concert can accommodate about 14,000 audiences for two days, 1.8 times bigger than its previous concert, and it is the largest solo concert after the group’s debut. It is proving its fame as a national top idol and collecting enthusiastic response from the audience.

Particularly, the tickets of its official fan meeting ‘BTOB Awards’ held in February, 2016 sold out in ten minutes and created a ticketing war among its fans. Therefore, its upcoming concert’s ticket selling record is receiving people’s attention. A talented boy group, BTOB, who proved its ability through the live performances, is expected to show its dignity as a powerful performer carrying the strong ticket power.

‘BORN TO BEAT TIME - ENCORE’ means the fantastic time that created among the audience and BtoB. The group prepared special time to assure its true value during the concert. The group, which has a playful and charismatic image will show the explosive singing ability and performance and capture audience’s heart with intense afterglow.

Meanwhile, the tickets to BtoB’s 2016 solo concert ‘BORN TO BEAT TIME - ENCORE’ will be sold through Ticket Link on March 9 at 8 p.m. KST for fanclub’s pre-order and on March 10 at 8 p.m. KST for general sale.


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